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Mark Warner Reacts to Gilmore's Announcement

Anita Kumar

Former Gov. Mark Warner's spokesman Kevin Hall sent out a press release about former Gov. Jim Gilmore's announcement on getting into the U.S. Senate race:

"Virginians will have an opportunity to make a clear choice between two starkly different records and two dramatically different styles of leadership.

"Do they want to be represented by someone with a record of fiscal irresponsibility and extreme partisanship, or do they want a U.S. Senator with a proven record of bringing people together to get results and create real change?

"We look forward to making the case for Mark Warner's brand of commonsense, results-oriented leadership. We welcome Jim Gilmore to the campaign and we look forward to a spirited discussion."

By Anita Kumar  |  November 19, 2007; 1:17 PM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Election 2008/U.S. Senate , James Gilmore III , Mark Warner  
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Yep. Tax Cutter vs Tax Raiser. Your choice.

Posted by: cargosquid | November 19, 2007 4:40 PM | Report abuse

You can choose to pay more with Mark Warner or pay less with Jim Gilmore. Hum easy choice! Lower taxes... Jim Gilmore will work for all Virginians and Mark Warner will serve the intrest of Northen Virginians!

Posted by: Rafael | November 19, 2007 6:50 PM | Report abuse

That Jim Gilmore is a great man!

I'll just keep my head here in the sand and continue to believe that.

Posted by: Ostrich | November 19, 2007 7:02 PM | Report abuse

It will be a happy day indeed for M. Warner if Gilmore gets the GOP nod.
Anyone with half a brain has to know that Gimore's time in office was a joke. His attempt to rid us of the car tax was neither successful or in the best interest of the state. It took M. Warner to pull us out of the hole Gilmore left us in. Surely, voters will remember this...or maybe not...this is Virginia...who knows?

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